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Origin: Hebrew.
Meaning: Arbiter, One who is from Denmark.
Dana is a given name used for both females and males. It was among the 100 most popular names given […]


Origin: Latin.
Meaning: Divine.
Diana is a feminine given name probably derived from an Indo-European root word referring to the divine. It is the […]


Origin: Anglo-Saxon.
Meaning: God of wine, Wild.
Dennis or Denis is either the first or last name of a male derived from the Greco-Roman name Dionysius, via […]

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Origin: Latin.
Meaning: Celestial hunter.
Notable people named Diane Alternative spellings include Dianne, Dian, Diahann, Dyan and Dyane. See also Di and Diana Diane Abbott, […]


Origin: Scottish Gaelic.
Meaning: World rule, World leader.
Don is a masculine given name in the Irish language and a short form of another masculine given name in […]

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Origin: Anglo-Saxon.
Meaning: Ruler of the people, Gifted ruler.
See Derekh (disambiguation) for the unrelated Hebrew term for “way, path”. For the lifting device see derrick. Derek is a […]

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Origin: Scottish Gaelic.
Meaning: Black water.
A very popular first name. Often used as a boy (male) name.


Meaning: Sunrise.
Dawn is a unisex given name. It is of Old English origin, and its meaning is the first appearance of […]


Origin: Hebrew.
Meaning: Bee, Honey bee.
Deborah (Hebrew: דְבוֹרָה‎) is a feminine given name derived from דבורה D’vorah, a Hebrew word meaning “bee.” Deborah was a […]


Origin: Celtic.
Meaning: Burnt land, Great.
Darren a masculine given name of uncertain etymological origins. Some theories state that it originated from a Gaelic surname meaning […]